Recycling Resources

Earth 911

Earth 911 is your one-stop shop for all you need to know about reducing your impact, reusing what you’ve got, and recycling your trash.

Recycling by Mail

Did you know that you can recycle via U.S. Mail? What can you do when the city’s curbside recycling program or a local business doesn’t accept the item you want to recycle? There are several programs that collect items by mail.

Local Businesses That Recycle

The following locations accept specific types of recyclable materials. Please see links for materials accepted or contact the business directly for additional details.

Albertson's Accepts:
Number 2 & Number 4 Plastic Bags
Number 2 & Number 4 Plastic Film
Car Batteries
CFLs
Fluorescent Tubes
Halogen Bulbs
Incandescent Lightbulbs
Lead-Acid Batteries (Non-Automotive)
Lighting Ballasts
Lithium Batteries
Lithium-Ion Batteries
Nickel-Cadmium Batteries
Nickel-Metal Hydride Batteries
Home Depot Accepts:
Car Batteries
Cell Phones
CFLs
Lead-Acid Batteries (Non-Automotive)
Lithium-Ion Batteries
Nickel-Cadmium Batteries
Rechargeable Batteries
Number 2 & Number 4 Plastic Bags
Lowe's Accepts:
Number 2 & Number 4 Plastic Bags
CellPhones
CFLs
Lead-Acid Batteries (Non-Automotive)
Lithium-Ion Batteries
Nickel-Cadmium Batteries
Nickel-Metal Hydride Batteries
Nickel-Zinc Batteries
Rechargeable Batteries
Plastic Plant Materials
Walmart Accepts:
Number 2 & Number 4 Plastic Bags
Car Batteries
Marine Batteries

Mattress Disposal

Learn about your options to donate your mattress or recycle it depending on its condition.

Eco Options® Program

Home Depot’s Eco Options® program is a classification system that identifies products that have less of an impact on the environment than comparable products in the same category. Eco Options recognizes the work suppliers are doing to improve their products and help customers save energy and water, maintain healthier homes, and conserve natural resources.